Italian immigrants tae Argentinae
|Regions wi signeeficant populations|
|Rioplatense Spaingie, Italian an Italian dialects.|
|Predominantly Roman Catholicism|
|Relatit ethnic groups|
|Italians, Italian Brazilian, Italian Chilean, Italian Mexican, Italian American, Italian Uruguayan, Italo-Venezuelans, Italian-Peruvian|
An Italian Argentine (Spainyie an Italian: italo-argentino) is a body born in Argentinae o Italian ancestry. It is estimatit up tae 17 million Argentines hae some degree o Italian strynd (up tae 39% o the total population). Italians began arrivin in Argentinae in great nummers frae 1857 tae 1940, totalin 44.9% o the entire immigrant population; mair than frae ony other country (includin Spain at 31.5%), an this migratory flow continued tae the early 1950s, wi Italy haein the maist emigrants tae Argentinae for the decades 1980–2000 an aw. Acause o this, Italian strynd is at least 60% o the population, almost 25 million.
Italian dounset in Argentinae, alang wi Spainyie dounset, formit the backbone o theday's Argentine society. Argentine cultur haes significant connections tae Italian cultur in terms o leid, customs an tradeetions.